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ISO 41000: FM Standards, Understanding and Implementation (WWA 2019 Workshop)

Event code: 77C97 (Workshop on ISO 41000)


WORLD WORKPLACE ASIA 2019  
3 - 5 APRIL 2019 | MARINA BAY SANDS | SINGAPORE

Building the Future of Facility Management through Digital Innovation

The World Workplace Asia is back to Singapore for a THIRD run!



Modelled after International Facility Management Association (IFMA)’s flgship World Workplace Conference hosted in United States annually, the World Workplace Asia (WWPA) conference provides a platform for exchanges on pertinent issues and complexities of facility management, in the Asian context.  More than 600 delegates, represented by facilities management, property management and real estate professionals, building owners, public sector officials and other decision makerslocally and worldwide, attended the inaugural run of the WWPA conference held in Singapore in 2012, and the subsequent run in 2015.


Presented by Building and Construction Authority (BCA), IFMA and the Singapore Chapter of IFMA, the WWPA conference 2019 will be focusing on the theme ‘Building the Future of Facility Management through Digital Innovation’.  This year’s conference focuses on technology and innovation, with the attention on digitalisation.  The presentations will encompass topics covering pertinent issues in smart facility management, operation & maintenance and real estate.



PROGRAMME OUTLINE

3 Apr 2019 - Networking Reception

3 & 4 Apr 2019 - Conference

3 & 4 Apr 2019 - Products Showcase

5 Apr 2019 - Facility Tours

5 Apr 2019 - Workshop




CONFERENCE HIGHLIGHTS

DAY 1 CONFERENCE - 3 APRIL 2019

SPOTLIGHT PLENARY
FM TRENDS AND BEST PRACTICES IN TIMES OF DIGITAL DISRUPTION: A GLOBAL PERSPECTIVE
Prominent local and international panellists will address emerging trends and best practices for facility management in the midst of digital disruption. A sharing session of the perspectives on Singapore’s FM sector will be included.
MR GRAHAM TIER, Chair of IFMA's Global Board of Directors
MR ANG KIAN SENG, Group Director/Environmental Sustainability, BCA
MR KENNETH FOO, Executive Director/Property Management, Hong Kong Land
MR JEFFREY BUDIMULIA, Director, CRE Advisors Pte Ltd & Past Director, Board of Directors of IFMA
MR STEPHEN BALLESTY, Director, In-Touch Advisory
(MODERATOR) MR TONY KHOO, CEO, EM Services & President, IFMA Singapore Chapter

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DAY 2 CONFERENCE - 4 APRIL 2019

POWER SPEAKER SESSION

REAL ENDGAME OF IOT AND BIGDATA IN BUILDINGS: REAL USES AND SHORTCOMINGS OF UN-FOCUSED DUPLICATION
MR FULVIO BARTOLUCCI, General Manager, ADENERGY

HOW FMS CAN CHANGE THE PROJECT MANAGEMENT PARADIGM IN ORGANIZATIONS
MR DEAN KASHIWAGI, Executive Director,
Performance Based Studies Research Group

TOWNSHIP MANAGEMENT IN SINGAPORE: SHARING PROFESSIONAL PRACTICES
MR TONY KHOO, CEO, EM Services Pte Ltd / President,
IFMA Singapore Chapter

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DAY 3 WORKSHOP - 5 APRIL 2019
9.00am - 1.00pm, Venue @ BCA Academy


ISO 41000: FM STANDARDS, UNDERSTANDING AND IMPLEMENTATION
The ISO 41000 suite of international FM standards provides a framework for FM worldwide in the delivery of services, fine-tune performance and manage risks allowing businesses to operate in a more effective, efficient and resilient manner. This session will address the development and implications of ISO 41000 and demonstrates how standards can contribute to a more productive, sustainable and liveable Built Environment which influences our quality of life.

WORKSHOP LEADER
MR STEPHEN BALLESTY

Director, In-Touch Advisory
Stephen is currently an Australian delegate for the ISO international FM standards. Stephen is a former member of the IFMA Board of Directors and Past Chairman of both the IFMA Foundation; and FMA Australia. He is also a Life Member of FMA Australia and a longstanding judge of the Global FM excellence awards. Last year he became the first ever recipient from the Oceania region of an IFMA Fellowship for his service to industry.
Stephen has advised owners, occupiers, investors, corporations and governments internationally. His property asset management consulting firm In-Touch Advisory connects stakeholders with solutions for the Built Environment across the property–construction–facilities life cycle.



DAY 3 - FACILTY TOUR - 5 APRIL 2019, 9.00AM - 1.00PM @ MBS
Participants can select to attend any of the following track

Track 1
Schneider Electric Office
Schneider Electric East Asia & Japan Headquarters in Singapore is a model of digital transformation for future-proof, energy efficient and sustainable building. This 20-year-old building is retrofitted by Schneider Electric’s own EcoStruxure solution, which include Connected Products, Edge Control and 7 Advisors, including Building, Power, Resource, Asset, Facility, IT and MicroGrid.
Find out more about predictive analytics and how a building owner can enjoy better energy management, reduced cost and energy wastage. Experience real life demonstration on how Schneider Electric’s building lives and breathes its own technology.


Track 2 (FULL)
a) Singapore District Cooling Plant
b) Marina Bay Financial Centre Tower 3


Track 3
a) Certis Commonwealth
Certis Commonwealth is a user-centred, open innovation ecosystem based on a systematic user co-creation approach. It serves as a Living Lab where new technology is operationalised in a “live” environment. Built on a ‘Digital Twin’ framework, it is designed to improve operational efficiency, drive process optimisation and enhance service excellence through the convergence of the physical and digital worlds.

b JTC Summit J-Ops Command Centre
JTC’s J-Ops Command Centre is one of the first integrated building and estate operations command centres in Singapore. It houses multiple smart Facilities Management systems to allow JTC to remotely monitor and manage FM operations for majority of its buildings and estates across the island.




CPD POINTS (Applicable to Conference only)
CFM: 1 point 
PEB: Pending
BOA-SIA: Pending



Fee (incl of GST)

Code 77097 - Conference + Tour : $800 (*Discounted fee : $780)
Code 77A97 - Conference only : $720 (*Discounted fee : $700)
Code 77B97 - Facilty Tour only : $80
Code 77C97 - Workshop : $160 (*Discounted fee : $145)

Fees for conference include tea breaks, lunch and networking reception.

*Discounted fees are applicable to early bird payment on or before 25 March 2019, group discount (minimum group of 3), IFMA members, BCA Young Leaders, and BCAA Alumni Card Holders only. 

For group registration with 10 registered pax entitles 1 additional pax for free.

In keeping with our green and sustainable practices, conference notes will be available in e-format.


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or scan QRcode and search for course code
• 77097 (Conference + Tour), or
• 77A97 (Conference only), or
• 77B97 (Tour only)
• 77C97 (Workshop only)



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